The economic storms of recent years have raised concerns about growing inequality and questions about a core national faith, that even Americans of humble backgrounds have a good chance of getting ahead. Most of the discussion has focused on labor market forces like falling blue-collar wages and lavish Wall Street pay.
But striking changes in family structure have also broadened income gaps and posed new barriers to upward mobility.
If you or your children have been adversely affected in pursuing the American Dream, let your voice be heard in the election box and through this petition.
That's why I created a petition to The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama.
Will you sign this petition? Click here:
...and be sure to visit the Blogging Boomer Carnival this week hosted by Anne Maxfield at the Accidental Locavore for what's happening in the lives of Baby Boomers.
"This book is dedicated to the young people of America, who are rebelling because they know something is very wrong in their country, but do not know just what it is. I hope this book will help to enlighten them. The historical background and the political background of this novel are authentic. The "Committee for Foreign Studies" does indeed exist, today as of yesterday, and so does the "Scardo Society," but not by these names.
There is indeed a "plot against the people" and probably always will be, for government has always been hostile towards the governed."